Jawed Naqvi

Is there now a winning team?

Is there now a winning team?

Today, it’s Kejriwal who looks primed to swing the match against Modi, even a rigged one. Applaud him. Updated 02 Apr, 2024 09:47am
Something else about March 23

Something else about March 23

The outcome was independence that produced an independence that Gandhi refused to feel joyous about. Published 26 Mar, 2024 06:59am
Why not directly elect a tycoon?

Why not directly elect a tycoon?

A closer look at Kamra’s outlandish idea reveals an untold truth. The Modi government does resemble a massively advertised business enterprise. Updated 05 Mar, 2024 01:27pm
Of the elephant in the courtroom

Of the elephant in the courtroom

India’s supreme court must step in to ensure that its own writ is honoured by the Indian state and government. Updated 20 Feb, 2024 10:02am
Poll verdict slams cancel culture

Poll verdict slams cancel culture

It’s unfortunate that South Asian countries have been in the throes of the ‘cancel’ malaise for so long. Updated 13 Feb, 2024 10:20am
Looking for signs of a Modi wave

Looking for signs of a Modi wave

Was there a wave in Chhattisgarh or Rajasthan or even Madhya Pradesh for the BJP or against the Congress recently? Updated 06 Feb, 2024 09:54am
Ram won’t help but Nitish might

Ram won’t help but Nitish might

On all previous occasions, a divided opposition stood pulverised. That looks different for the 2024 contest. Updated 30 Jan, 2024 09:45am
An affront to Gandhi’s Ram

An affront to Gandhi’s Ram

If the BJP hopes to exploit a daylong spectacle in Ayodhya to canvass support, that shouldn’t worry the opposition at all, provided peace prevails. Updated 23 Jan, 2024 09:57am
The death of a Muslim musician

The death of a Muslim musician

Ustad Rashid Khan was indeed among the more accomplished musicians from India’s current crop of classical vocalists. Updated 16 Jan, 2024 10:06am
Desperate need for divine help?

Desperate need for divine help?

The opposition should interpret Modi’s perceived need for divine assistance as a sign of desperation. Updated 09 Jan, 2024 09:46am
A democracy without question

A democracy without question

The answers that opposition MPs expected about the Lok Sabha incident would perhaps have been too embarrassing for the government Published 26 Dec, 2023 07:02am